The aim of the project was to unify and coordinate the efforts and disseminate the knowledge of the scientists working in the Application of Nanotechnologies for Separation and Recovery of Volatile Organic Compounds from Waste Air Streams. These have been performed via symposium activities. The objective of the symposium is to address the removal of polluting volatile organic compounds from industrial waste air streams and water using membranes that operate at the nano-scale. Conference topics will cover available technologies, modelling and the implementation of nanotechnologies to control volatiles in current and future membranes. The symposium will emphasise the available applications of such membranes to encourage their take up by industry.
Institute's role in the project: TUBITAK MRC was the project coordinator. The project management including; Management of the Consortium, Scientific coordination, Administrative coordination, Integration of the partners, Financial management, Management of the information flow and Management of the outcome resulting from the project was carried out by TUBITAK - MRC.
Start / Finish Date: 1 July 2004 - 30 June 2005
Contact Person: Dr. Ebru Mehmetli (Ebru.Mehmetli@mam.gov.tr)
Project's WEB Site: www.membrane.nl/anvoc2005
Last Updated: 31.08.2005